Middle English edit

Conjunction edit


  1. where; in the place where.
    • 1485Thomas Malory. Le Morte Darthur, Book IV, Chapter xx, leaf 74r
      And euery day of thre dayes he strake doune twenty knyghtes therfore they gaf hym the pryse & forthe with all he wente there as the lady Ettard was and gaf her the serklet
      "and every day of three days he struck down twenty knights, therefore they gave him the prize, and forthwithal he went thereas the Lady Ettard was, and gave her the circlet"
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